Tag: Jonathan Doran

Required freshman courses change over the years

Required freshman courses change over the years

| October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Cameron Brock Staff Writer For two years in a row, Bryan has required freshmen to take COL100 along with the freshman CT101 during their first semester. “It is an entry level student-discipleship program. It is a freshman’s first exposure to the culture of Bryan College,” said Jonathan Doran, director of counseling and soul care. […]

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Suicide and Self-Harm: a Christian response

Suicide and Self-Harm: a Christian response

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Maddie Mondell Triangle Staff Writer There is a pain that finds a place inside of people’s cores and makes them deteriorate slowly. They become so tired of living; so tired of having to fake a smile to the world when deep inside they’re screaming. This is the kind of pain that drives people to […]

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Same-sex attraction and the church

Same-sex attraction and the church

| November 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Panalist Mary Lokers provided a new view on the issue of homosexuality in the church at The Couch, as a Christian who admits struggling with same sex attraction / Photo by Maddie Doucet Daniel Jackson Assistant Online Editor In 2003, Rhea County banned all homosexuals from its borders. Fox News and CNN descended upon Dayton […]

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Introducing the top 25 coolest new classes for SP-12

Introducing the top 25 coolest new classes for SP-12

| November 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

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Student-athletes on campus unite to support each other

Student-athletes on campus unite to support each other

| September 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Clari Stewart Triangle Reporter Along with other new opportunities and clubs at Bryan, United, a group of student athletes, was formed this semester in order to encourage and build up fellow student athletes. United began as a result of a passion that Jonathan Doran, Director of Counseling and Soul Care, had for the athletes at […]

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